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drivers to drive cautiously and pedestrians when you're crossing the street to use caution. >> three deadly accidents involving people crossing the street in just two days. last night, a woman was killed crossing near monterey road and san jose avenue, when police say she was hit by a vehicle. the driver who hit her stayed and cooperated with investigators. >> the pedestrian appeared to be transient and was crossing the road in between the intersections. the driver of the vehicle did say she was wearing all dark clothing which made it very difficult to see her crossing the street. >> reporter: sunday night, a 15- year-old girl was killed near highland and white road after she was hit by a vehicle. san jose police say in both cases, the two victims were crossing the street, where they weren't supposed to. >> but that wasn't the case for little elijah. >> the little kid just died on the side of the road just crossing the street. it is wrong. >> reporter: the 3-year-old was in a stroller and in a cross walk. when he and two others were hit near washington elementary school. the little b
us. where do you think there's general agreement. second question, where do you think there's not agreement. and how do we go about reconciling that lack of agreement if we can. >> do you want to go first? >> senator carper, i think there is broad based agreement about the potential of a digital economy and virtual currencies, i think there is absolute agreement that there is enormous potential for social good, and that this is an emerging technology that needs to be protected. i also think there is clear agreement that we can't just ignore the misuse, and misuse jeopardizes the virtual ability of the currencies in the longer run. i don't think there is disagreement at all on those points. as it relates to areas -- i just don't think there is use for the laws at the exchange level. know your customer, those kinds of provisions. the greatest challenge, the greatest area we have to grapple with is how do we enforce the enforcement techniques. and the fact that this is a global phenomenon. this is something that was just issued in march of this year. the guidance that directors
is the computer doing >> and pope. >> we begin with an historic accord with iran. is it a good deal? the u.s. says it's a first step to kur - to curtail iran's nuclear program. within hours of the deal the parties contradicted each other on a clean issue. >> there is no right to enrich. everywhere in the agreement it states they can only do that by mutural agreement and nothing is agreed on until everything is agreed on. >> >> translation: it has been written clearly in the text of this agreement that iran will continue its enrichment and, therefore, i announce to the people of iran enrichment will before. >> joining me to make sense of the agreement are ambassador thomas pickering former u.s. ambassador to russia and israel and j matthew mcinnize a resident fellow from an american enterprise institute. they are both here. there's clear disagreement. us-u.n. resolution said enrichment was illegal bay iran. what is going on with this total contradiction between hassan rouhani and kerry? >> let me explain. kerry rightly says there's no right to enrich. it's not written in the agreement. the p
in the middle east. >>> this is free solo climbing or scaling a mountain without a rope. to us non-climbers, the best free soloist in the world will tell us what it's like to climb a mountain with nothing but your bear hands and chalk. welcome to "consider this." new jersey governor chris christie with an historic win in a big blue state. and in virginia agency race it was a suspenseful night with a race between a democrat and a conservative republican. it's where tea partyers got top billing. we'll take a sneak peek of staying power tha , and the seismic shift to the left. i'm joined which jeff warren, and bill snyder, professor at george washington university. they're both in our washington, d.c. studios, and here in studio with me is tom doherty, former senior adviser to george pataki. bill, let's start with you. chris christie, a big win. but when you look at the exit polls in a hypothetical match up to hillary clinton he would lose in his own state. >> it tells us that new jersey is still a blue state, and hillary clinton is still a very popular figure there. look, christie wo
the core ally of the u.s. important defense and bilateral relationship we've had with france, united nations, germany. are you saying the u.k. is stepping back and germany might step forward? how does the french reintergracious affect this? >> i think it has been extraordinarily important. it has made france given it a sense of responsibility for what happens in the alliance. and made the alliance stronger. no, our relationship with the strong allies. and those that are willing and able to provide military capability is going to be key. a strong u.s.-est stone began alliance is great. it's important to the estonian and the united states. it's not going to -- can't be the be all and end all. our relationship with the u.k. our relationship with france, our relationship with germany. our relationship with italy, which has stood up every time when we rang the bell they opened the door. which is always welcome. and step through it with real capabilities. those are important relationships. and those countries will have to take the lead in providing the capabilities that are necessary for n
says he will not sign a security pact with the u.s. until new conditions are met. he met with the security advisor susan rice in kabul. she urged him to sign a deal allowing the u.s. to remain in afghanistan in 2024. "consider this" is next. and i'll be back later. you can get the latest on aljazeera.com. america's deal with iran gets a mixed review, along with mixed messages from the obama administration and the iranian president. with the two countries not on the same page, what is a deal >> a supreme court decision could mean changes for obamacare. >> last time we saw watson it cleaned up on "jeopardy", what is the computer doing >> and vladimir putin and the pope. >> we begin with an historic accord with iran. is it a good deal? the u.s. says it's a first step to kur -- to curtail iran's nuclear program. within hours of the deal the parties contradicted each other on a clean issue. >> there is no right to enrich. everywhere in the agreement it states they can only do that by mutural agreement and nothing is agreed on until everything is agreed on. >> >> translation:
but then the senior side of surveillance ahead. can the us government is planning to anything now that sentence yet the attic and the stated reason security concerns. for two at the map look at the divide between the us government in the banking coming out. and a new video puts a damper on the thanksgiving turkey undercover investigators reported footage of the crowded set preconditions add turkey breeding farm more on that later in the shelf. it's wednesday november twenty seven signed in washington dc. i mean you're a david you're watching our tea. we begin to date with new revelations regarding the national security agency according to secret documents obtained by the huffington post through adverts not in this they participated in tracking the on line sexual activity if people the agency considered to be pope radicalized or is not part of the proposed plan to target six different muslims thought to have been influencing the opinions of others in carrying out theurveillance the agency was hoping to harm your reputation and undermine their credibility as muslim leaders in the community the docume
day and thanks for joining us. next, president obama pardons to turkeys at the white house. then part of the national menorah lighting ceremony celebrating hanukkah which began last night. from novemberage 25, 1963 of the state funeral for president john f. kennedy. the c-spanternoon, series on first ladies continues with a look at the life of jacqueline kennedy. pardoned twoama national thanksgiving turkey's yesterday at the white house. there is a look. >> ah - good afternoon everybody and happy thanksgiving. ,he office of the presidency the most powerful position in the world, brings with it many awesome and solemn responsibilities. this is not one of them. [laughter] the white house turkey pardon is a great tradition and i know malia loves it as does sasha. generally speaking, thanksgiving is a bad day to be a turkey. especially in a house with two dogs. i salute our two guests of honor, carmel and popcorn for their bravery. they came all the way from outside badger, minnesota to be with us. they, like my chief of staff, are vikings fans. i'm not sure they know that -- see? i'm
. >> millions of thanksgiving travellers may face delays. severe weather across parts of the u.s. will affect holiday travel for more than 43 million people. the system carrying rain, snow and sleet. hundreds of flights have been cancelled. >> a conference to lay out a roadmap is scheduled for january 27th. it's not clear whether the syrian government or opposition will attend. the syrian national coalition has dropped conditions that bashar al-assad has stepped down. the sides are far apart. >> afghan president hamid karzai will not sign a security pact with the u.s. until new conditions are met. hamid karzai met on monday with national security advisor susan rice. without an agreement that lays out conditions governing troops all troops might be withdrawn. details are revealed about the sandy hook school shooting. the report concludes lans adam lanza was obsessed with violence and video games. those are the headlines. america's deal with iran gets a mixed review, along with mixed messages from the obama administration and the iranian president. with the two countries not on the same page,
there is such interest in retaining at least the option of using nuclear weapons in response to a massive conventional attack is that those countries underably are not keen on being liberated after six months of heavy fighted. they are interested in the attack not happening or at least being stopped. i think one of the issues that the alliance has to face, one that we face in connection with korea, that there's sort of two models of how you address an invasion. one is the kind of at some point you will decide that war is inevitable and mobilize and start flowing stuff and everything goes at once. and you talk about we used to fight in divisions the idea was we would move ten divisions to europe in ten days. it's a major of the way it was planned. first day was spent filling out paperwork. but that was what we were going to do, damn it. one of things we have to bear in mind to think realistically about this scenario, this is extremely unlikely to be an absolute bolt from the blue. there's lots of history of tactical surprise. to my knowledge no history in the last couple of hundred years at least of st
for us having the center we are saving 3 billion a year. the fact we are moving from datacenter spiritedly generated through carbon, having it at a renewable center was a big advantage in something i have always wanted. >> i think there are some best best practices of state and local governments. we see the best practices occur a projectwill appoint manager to shepherd personal cell phone, give details 24 hours a day, call us, and we will solve the obstacle. opportunitiesl are more standard there are some sharings they have been across the board. wax one thing we talked about is infrastructure. maybe just share a little bit about what we could be doing to make sure we are investing in our infrastructure. >> this is near and dear to me. around the world, every leader is looking for a way to find jobs, and they have lack of capital for infrastructure. that is how they can create more jobs. one thing that is very clear, when you look at countries that infrastructure, there is a partnership between public and private. it is imperative that we have a policy for infrastructure buildin
with us. being with us. i'm joie chen. i'm joie chen. as we begin this holiday most as we begin this holiday most closely associated with closely associated with celebration, with abundance and celebration, with abundance and even excess, it might be a even excess, it might be a little unfair of us to ask you little unfair of us to ask you to stop and consider the worry to stop and consider the worry and the anxiety of many american and the anxiety of many american families on the periphery of the families on the periphery of the economic safety net. economic safety net. but it is an important moment we but it is an important moment we believe to think about the believe to think about the growing need of the many growing need of the many americans who are faced every americans who are faced every day with a choice between paying day with a choice between paying basic bills or feeding their basic bills or feeding their families. families. what do you do when you can't what do you do when you can't fill the fridge, when you're not fill the fridge, when you're not sure how you feed
that the administration has made to nato to take the u.s. deployment of u.s. missile defenses to defend the u.s. from europe in to deployment of nato missile defense to nato to defend nato. that was the fundamental shift that occurred in september of 2009. to take system that was able deploy against possibly ten incoming missiles and put in place a nato system under nato command and control put the deference of nato countries. that is the kind of commitment to deterrence that we put in place. we put in place contingency plan to make sure that every nation that is a member of nato has a plan to be defended. that was an important contribution to deterrence. we just completed this month -- this week, last week. the first major article r5 last exercise. the alliance was conducted in the last ten years. many of the country nas participated in the exercise had never participated in an article five exercise and we just completed that. those are the kinds of steps that matter for collective desks. far more than the nuclear weapons you have. particularly when the cost of modernizing the nuclear weapons runs i
the government steps down. prime minister yingluck shinawatra has used an emergency law to tighten security in bangkok. tens of thousands are taking part in the biggest show of anger since her brother thaksin shinawatra was toppled. not far away protesters had the government house office and finance ministerry. hundreds have been camped out. we are looking at others taking over the ministry of foreign affairs. despite this the government says it will not use force. here is one of those elections - the interior ministry. you see the number of people there. it's been growing - not all day, but since yesterday, since the interior ministry was targeted by the protesters. it is about three in the afternoon in bangkok. we'll check in with scott heidler - you are at the staging area where people, i guess, are assembling and heading to areas like the interior ministry. >> exactly, this is the staging area. the protesters come, get their orders and head into the city, going to a government compound. the numbers have been growing steadily since we've been here, about 90 minutes. we haven't got their
mainly on our roads in the bay area. >> thanks for joining us here at 5:00. nightly news is next. d rain and soon high winds across enough of the country to screw up travel across the country. and already it's a tough go for millions on the move for thanksgiving. >>> birth control battle. the fight over obama care and religious freedom. it's headed to the supreme court. >>> double agents. tonight a secret government plan exposed. how the u.s. turned guantanamo bay prisoners into spies and turned them loose. >>> and a few good men and how they are changing a thanksgiving tradition forever. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. it is already tonight a storm that stretches from the southern tip of florida up to nova scotia, and at its core, which is a moving target right now, it's dumping a ton of misery on several states. the timing of this storm could not be worse because of what it does on the ground and in the air to the business of getting around. 700 flight delays already, and this storm is just getting started. the satellite picture of the nation from space shows the expa
exposed. how the u.s. turned guantanamo bay prisoners into spies and turned them loose. >>> and a few good men and how they are changing a thanksgiving tradition forever. "nightly news" begins now. >>> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is nbc "nightly news" with brian williams. >> good evening. it is already tonight a storm that stretches from the southern tip of florida up to nova scotia, and at its core, which is a moving target right now, it's dumping a ton of misery on several states. the timing of this storm could not be worse because of what it does on the ground and in the air to the business of getting around. 700 flight delays already, and this storm is just getting started. the satellite picture of the nation from space shows the expanse of it. tomorrow is the busiest travel day of tea 43 million americans on the move. and while the storm is churning in the eastern part of the country, its effects, of course, will be felt all over. it's where we begin our coverage again tonight. nbc's tom costello is out in it in pittsburgh tonight. good evening. >> reporter: hi,
will have a host country that can work with us to affect the destruction outside of syria of these precursor chemicals. secondly, our cooperation with the russian federation has so far been strong. we will continue to expect the russian government to press the syrian government for full compliance with its obligations. this will be essential as we move ahead. third, we continue this process with our eyes wide open. we are about to enter what could be the most complicated phase in terms of both logistics and security. that is, the removal of chemical precursors in large quantities from several sites within syria to the coast for removal on a ship to another country. that has both big logistical problems to think through and certain security risks. at the same time, while the record so far is acceptable, we do not assume or take for granted that the syrian government will continue full compliance with its obligations. we have the tools we need granted by the opcw executive committee and by the united nations security council to press ahead on this goal. we intend to do so. this is why our stat
. there are a number of satellites with critical information seen as useful indeed. most recently a cyclone hit the indian east coast and it up enough early warning signals to warn hundreds of thousands of poor villagers along the coast. that the space program is incredibly popular in india. showing off not just the countries technological prowess, but adding a boost to national pride. >> if you think about the space race between the united states and russia, india must feel good about getting some of the way towards the red planet where china failed. >> i think they will wait to pronounce judgment on that until they can successfully conclude yes, i thinkbut you're seeing the beginnings of a burgeoning asian space race. both china and japan have launched missions to mars that have not been successful. the americans and the russians did it in the last century. an asian space race, but it is a friendly one. everyone thinks it is all in good spirits and that the competition is a friendly competition. >> thank you so much. in naturalch resources, republic of congo rebels say that they are laying do
how we do our business on behalf of the u.s. government as well as the u.s. citizens. >> thank you, sir. >> in addition to what my fellow witnesses have had to say, i would just add that we need to make a commitment and effectively ensure that what happens between investigations is something that is tracked. we've had people -- we vet people, we trust them with our classified information and access to sensitive facilities and we have an obligation to ensure that we're looking at people between investigations and taking appropriate corrective action as needed. >> thank you. >> i would say it's unfortunate that the tragedies we saw at the navy yard focuses attention on this process but we have seen the dedicated leadership from these executive branch agencies in the past and when they make their minto and when they make their mind up to take on a problem in father, they do it. and now is the time for actions, not just reviewed words. >> a lot of the folks in the room now that the general accountability office is regarded as a watchdog. an arm of the legislative branch of our governme
and humanities awards. it recognizes teachers and youth that uses art to uplift the lives of the nation's young people. each group gets $10,000. >>> ralph lauren, calvin klein, coach, some of the designers open in our area in a brand-new outlet mall. crowds of shoppers a a big deal. >>> you name dropper. is this a cougar like the post says? if not, what else could it be? >> your last chance, the deadline approaching tonight for the national zoo's new panda cub. >>> the virginia state senator who was seriously injured during an attack earlier this week in his home is home from the hospital. creigh deeds was stabbed tuesday by his 24-year-old son gus, who then shot himself to death. deeds thanked people for his support. he tweeted your friendship is important to me. >>> there's a picture circulating on facebook that has people asking, is there a cougar on the loose in spotsylvania county? they captured this pick chir of a cat-like creature. if you look closely, you can see it has no tail. it's the first clue it may not be a cougar. we checked with the virginia department of game and inland fisher
used to communicate with each other. that was an important insight, and is one thing that we have to make sure we do not rely on english to out there to interpret what is going on because that is not where the action is. it is in the vernacular and it is important to be there. i wanted to talk about security, which i did in here. in afghanistan or around pakistan, and libya and yemen, security is a huge concern for us. in other places while we have these embassies that are much more secure, real public diplomacy takes place outside and disease. i argue people we want to reach do not come into our facilities. that is where the value is, going into their institutions and meeting them out there. i quoted thomas friedman who came to turkey after the bombings in turkey and he looks at our new consulate, and remarked how this was a bad message. it can be or it is a difficult message out become it can become, but as public diplomacy officers, you get out of that environment. that is vital. that is why that is not such a key stumbling lock. it is very important to see these other places -
're real good for joining us happy thanksgiving to you and your family "around the world" starts right now. >>> winds were strong, and new york, it has to be said, they couldn't stop the balloons from flying in the macy's day parade. a live report coming up. >> thank goodness for that. >>> despite it being a family day across the country with many people off from work traditionally, some retailers, they're staying open despite 9 out of 10 americans saying they're not going to shop on thanksgiving. the retail store backlash, that's coming up. >> if you haven't guess tshgd it's thanksgiving. >> it is? >> it is. i'm hala gorani. >> i'm michael holms. >> a new thanksgiving tradition, that is shopping. more and more stores are open today, blurring the line between turkey day and black friday and hoping to get a jump start on the shopping season. >> macy's broke a 155-year tradition by staying closed on the holiday. but shopping might have a new thanksgiving ritual. most americans don't want any part of it. >> here's the polling numbers. recent university of connecticut poll shows, 93% of respon
that we have ourselves on which we base our budget and it just confirms the need for us to push forward some of these reforms so we can get bigger and better growth figures. of course, you know, the other two rating agencies have only recently confirmed the aaa status for the netherlands and now s&p has downgraded us to aa plus. i'm disappointed by that fact. >> s&p, though, had better news for cypress. it raised the country's sovereign credit rating to b minus/b. adding that the nation's external position was improving. we'll be joined by s&p's chief sovereign ratings offer at 10:15 cet. >>> now, we have helga. let's kick off on your views of the dutch economy. the outlook is stable. how much pressure are they under? >> they are under a bit of pressure. the economy has been in a recession early this year. the government ought to deliver some further reforms. the government ought to find ways to make sure that the dutch economy is no longer prone to boom-bust cycles. all in all, it's a pretty solid economy still. >> yeah. at the end of the day, they're only one notch below germany, to p
arein marred. u.s. secretary of state john kerry in egypt days before mohamed morsi's trial. yern breaks yet another soccer record. polls have closed in local elections in kosovo. serb participation in kosovo's political life is a key element of a european-union-brokered deal. today's voting was marred by reports of masked men strain -- storming the main polling center , throwing tear gas and smashing ballot boxes. >> they were only local elections. for kosovo's leaders, they were a barometer of relations between ethnic albanians and serbs. >> knees on the first free elections for all of kosovo -- these are the first free elections for all of kosovo, and that makes them historic for all of our young nation. >> it was the first democratic vote since kosovo broke away from serbia. >> it is a test of democracy and our country, proof that everyone has a voice -- democracy in our hastry, proof that everyone a voice. >> one polling station closed after masked men stormed it, smashing ballot boxes. ethnic serb hard-liners called for a boycott. there were widespread reports of voter intimidation
failed to build record highs on u.s. markets while ecb board members tell cnbc the ecb has options left to spur a recovery. >> negative deposit rate is a possibility. we have been clear already for months ago that some has been discussed technically investigated, legally investigated. now, that said, that's only one instrument in the tool belt. >> the protests in bangkok gathered steam as demonstrators defined new security laws and surround key government limits in a bid to top trillion government. >>> a boost for investors, the spanish oilmaker strikes a deal with argentina over a price for the stake in ybs in 2012. >>> and shipping into gear, crisis as it intend toss lift shares on the new york stock exchanges. the automaker's ipo plans will likely be delayed until sometime next year. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange" bringing you business news from around the globe. >> announcer: you're watching >>> hello "worldwide exchange" bringing on today's show, we're joined sclus you business news from around ively by the the globe. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exc
. >> perfectly every time. >> yes. >> you don't have to do anything. >> i'm like a gourmet chef when i use this. >> i know. >> it gives you all the tips. >> o.k., so... >> great, great. >> look at all of it... >>e' got some lobster. >> lobster. >> some shrimp. >> t-bone steak. >> steak. >> lamb chops. >> mmm, and... >> look at the, the vegetable medley. >> those are beautiful. >> this is a family favorite. i know your family loves this one too. >> oh, for sure. >> salmon, lemon pepper salmon. >> oh, isn't that beautiful? >> you know what? you made saon and asparagus for me in the first show. >> yes, i did. >> and i'm doing it for you in this show. >> yay, i get to taste! >> fla a littlbit off there just so we can see it. >> all right, let's do that. look at that. iust followed the instructions... >> wow... oh... >> oh! [laughs] >> that's my piece. >> wait, i want a fork too! >> mmm... >> it's the nuwave oven. you talk about healthy. >> all right, now we're gonna move on to dessert... >> it's about time. >> which he right here. >> yup. >> cookies are one of my favorite things to make for desser
>>> the u.s. supreme court refuses to block the strict texas abortion law. opponents say it will prevent clinics in the state from performing the procedure. a ban on late term abortions is defeated in new mexico's largest city. voters in albuquerque rejected the measure closely watched as a front in the national abortion battle >> calling it a message of blood and death to iran and hezbollah. an al qaeda group taking responsibility for the suicide bombing in beirut. the blast killing 23 people, including a senior irani doipt. >> and desperately needed aid arrives on an island in the philippines where 80% of the people have been left homeless by typhoon haiyan. >> good morning, and welcome to al jazeera america, i'm stephanie sy. two decisions in the battle over abortion rights - both with major implications. the supreme court ruled against blocking a restrictive abortion law in texas - at least while it's being repeople. a third of the clinics will have to stay closed. in new mexico voters in albuquerque reject a ban on late-term abortion. in texas - it was a plea to the
to dallas. they're telling us that we're on time, which is great. the roads are a little slick so we wanted to get extra time to get through security. >> reporter: were you expecting to be able to leave on time? >> i was not expecting to leave on time. in fact i was thinking i'd be lucky if i got out tonight. >> reporter: it looks like everything is going to be fine for you. >> looking good so far. fingers crossed. >> reporter: lucky you, right? >> so far. >> reporter: so far most of the travelers are like maura. we just spoke with one person who had an hour delay. coming into la guardia is a much different story, an hour delay coming in. in philly it's about a two-hour delay coming in but the outbound flights are looking pretty decent. now let's head to tom costello who's in pittsburgh. tom? >> reporter: katy, thank you. here in pittsburgh we've got somewhere in the neighborhood of an inch or 2 on the ground here in terms of snow. we had some freezing rain and also some sleet over the course of the past 24 hours, but at the moment most of that has subsided now. it is, however, very cold. p
for hundreds of residents standing in front of debris where they used to live. >> it's just hard to believe. it's almost like can i wake up now? it's almost like a nightmare. >> reporter: on monday survivors of sunday's tornados and heavy storms which ravaged communities in 12 states returned to washington, illinois to scrape up what they could and figure out what is next. >> my neighbor found my daughter's journal she kept as a kid. so we will be looking for bits and pieces today. >> reporter: the five-mile wide twister that cut through washington is dozens reported in illinois slamming into dozens of communities like where an elderly brother and sitter were killed and relatives are coping with the loss of their home and that of their loved ones. >> we were planning on a thanksgiving down here and amy bought the turkey and uncle joe was going to fry a turkey down here and all looking forward to that. >> reporter: the southern illinois city of brook port suffered its share of loss as well, 50 homes were levelled or gone entirely. and an effort all night search and rescue of three fatalities a
alert. the u.s. and world powers reaching an historic deal with iran. can iran really be trusted? what message does this send to our allies, particularly israel. we're live in washington with the latest. >>> the obama care disaster the number one issue plaguing the white house. >>> plus, fast forwarding, cassette tapes and using roadmaps to plan trips. sound familiar? part of the time-consuming problems from the 1980s that no longer exist. we've got all the breakdown and i dug through the dusty archives in the basement. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>> good morning. >> good morning. >> it's sunday morning, 6:00 a.m. in the east coast. >> hello, fellas. >> it got brutally cold? >> can i interrupt? >> no. no. >> when we were talking about the eight track tapes, cassettes, you looked at me and started laughing, why is that? >> because i still use them. >> oh. >> because you didn't jump ahead. i've always preferred eight tracks. >> the technology. the future. >> that's what your car still has it. >> it's stuck. i have one stuck in there. >> we have a fox news alert. the u.s. and other
tonight, chris van de graaff joins us with his forecast for shopping. >> you will have to bundle up. take a look at the forecast from the belfort furniture weather center. light.ds are fairly with that breeze, that has really allow those temperatures to drop into the teens and 20's later on tonight. manassas. 31 right now in lexington park. 28 in frederick. as we head through the region -- cold numbers areawide. those temperatures really start to dip back through the evening. that cooler air will still be here and it will be a cool evening under a moonlit sky. we will talk about the forecast for the rest of the week and the weekend coming up in a few minutes. right. thanksgiving is a working holiday for people trying to fix the problems with healthcare.gov. workers tied to that website face of frantic worry eight hours. our political reporter is live in the newsroom. scott, what do we have? this is a self- imposed deadline, one of the white house set as a goal. a couple weeks ago they scaled back expectations a bit but you can only imagine behind the scenes there is not an abundance of ho
's the most popular excuse you use? we've got the answer straight ahead. i didn't have my coffee this morning, that's why i stumbled through that that's my excuse. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> good morning, this is gavini. you are watching my "fox & friends," baby. >> my favorite hairstylist she did mine this morning. >> gorge. our makeup staff and hair staff are a ray of sunshine. >> we stumble in blurried eyed. >> speaking of everybody being blurried eyed. i could hear our crew out in the hallway. they said today is going to be a great day. >> the other guy said why is that? >> because there is expresso and all kinds of alcoholic thanksgiving drinks that are going to be passed around later. >> that's what we need on had this show. >> splurge segment. >> national expresso day. so tucker, anna and myself are going to try to be actual baristas this morning. >> i can barely sit still. the latest on the deback test called obamacare. >> we have a couple of delays to get through this morning. first delay up this year is to pick a plan you now have an extra 8 days this year. that's a good c
there is slight progress, but obviously stuff like this shows us we still have work to do. >> the victims are in their 20s and 30s. we just learned two are in critical condition. the rest should be okay. so what's behind all of this? police don't know or won't say. the gunman is on the loose. >>> also tonight, andrea talked to a u.s. marine who used himself as a human shield to save a woman at the raiders game, andria. >> well, ken, it all happened just after the raiders game ended. a man stepped in her way to break her fall on to the concrete. the on field drama sunday pailed in comparison to what happened minutes it have a raiders/titans game. a woman threatening to jump. >> i even yelled up there not to do it. >> then in the split second it takes to make a decision, she jumped and fell 50 feet. 61-year-old vietnam vet donny navidad of stockton tried to catch her and stop her from plum etting to certain death. sgli eem concerned with her. like i said, she's a young lady that's still got a whole lot of life left in her. >> but the force of the petite victim falling simply too much. >> wh
difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything. what if santa can't find me? to help, sleep train is holding a secret santa toy drive. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help keep the spirit of the holidays alive. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. started shooting. seve were shot. thfrnlts kpix news. >> tonight this bay area woman was saved by a hair when someone started shooting. >> seven men were shot. the gunmen sprayed bullets all over at about 6:00 tonight. the one woman was just about to go into a store and dove to the ground. listen to how close a bullet came to her head. >> tried to run back in the store. when they did that, i heard the gunshot, and i hit the ground. a bullet went straight through my ponytail. >> right through your hair? >> yeah. >> shootings are significantly down this year. murders are significantly down this year so there is slight progress, but obviously stuff like this shows us we still have work to do. >> the victims are in their
line is here. she is answering your questions. >> you can e-mail them to us tweet them to us or facebook us. >> rava is here showing you how to carve the bird. we can use that advice as well. >> but up first our top story for you on this thanksgiving. hundreds of people in ohio aren't spending the holiday at home. they are being evacuated after a train derailed late thursday night with highly flammable chemicals. >> some of the people will not be able to return home until saturday. >> i guess we have to kind of see what we have every day and what we have to do. we have to make the best out of it. >> officials say the cleanup efforts have not progressed as quickly as they hoped. almost 13,000 gallons of highly flammable liquid leaked out of one of the cars. they are still concerned it could explode. >> the video you are about to see this is incredible. watch what happens when a tornado rips through a middle school in indiana. you can see the gym it is actually completely torn apart in just seconds. in this hallway a load of ceiling tiles comes crashes down. no one was at the s
. >> reporter: many people here are also beginning to worry about what lies ahead. >> translator: god gave us a second chance to live. i will do all i can for all of us to survive and keep the family together. we're all suffering here, even the rich. >> reporter: a crowd gathers as another dead body surfaces. many say they have to leave the future up to god. >> let's speak now to the emergency communication officer for care international. she is on the line in a port near the city. you arrived by boat there. what did you find? saundra, i don't know whether you can hear me. are you still on the line? it appears we have lost saundra, which is a shame, because she has got quite a story to tell actually abher arrival. saundra can you hear me? it's adrian finnegan here at al jazeera, you arrived by boat to the city. tell us about the situation you found there. we're not having a lot of luck here, are we? sandra can you hear me? it's adrian finnegan on the line. i'm being told that sandra is on the line, but she can't hear us. we'll maybe come back to saundra in a few minutes. this town was the fir
>> good morning. i'm becky quick along with joe kernen. andrew ross sorkin will be joining us in the next hour. coming up around 8:00 eastern time today, andrew will kick off the headliner with barely diller. catch it right here on "squawk box." our guest host this morning on 11-12-13, dennis gartman pointed out that it's 2:15 today in military time it will be 11-12-1314:15.16. first, let's get you up to speed on the morning's headlines. an experimental glaxosmithkline hard drug has missed its main goal in a major clinical late stage study. it was designed to prevent heart attacks and strokes in a completely different way from cholesterol lowering drugs by targeting an enzyme. >>> the latest legal battle between amppple and samsung begs today. a federal jury awarded apple about $1 billion earlier this year, but the judge tossed out $400 million in damages and ordered a new jury to recalculate damages for 13 samsung products that have been found to be infringing apple's patent. >>> in other technology news, "the wall street journal" reports that google's motorola unit is expect
just subscribed to these use. i will tell you how we look. first of all, it looks like we support dictatorship across the middle east. we supported iraq's attack on iran. it was a dramatic event. our hands on this are not completely clean either. there's a brief period of time where we were trekking off and selling weapons to the iraqis. it was a horrible regime up there and evil, if i may use that word. the assad regime in syria. third, the united states favors israel. what iranians believe is that the u.s. favors the jewish faith over muslim states. states that are populated primarily by muslims. you may not agree. it may not be too. this is the perception. this is what they believe. after the revolution, they took an embassy and they gave it to the -- plo. they celebrate jerusalem day in tehran. iranians believe that we as a country favor the jewish state over the muslim state. therefore, muslim states, we are anti-islamic. there are arguments against that. the u.s. has a lot of chaplains in the military. >> ok. >> ok. this is what iranians believe he read that we do not like m
first ladies to go as the series continues. hope they'll read along with us and learn more about the interesting aspect on american history. a special thanks to our guest tonight. and to tim naphali for helping to tell her story. >> thank you very much. >> next week on our series, "first lady, betty ford." shortly after moving into the white house, she had a mastectomy. she released a statement detailing her illness. during her husband's re-election campaign in 1976, she feels so popular, the campaign slogan was vote for betty's husband. when the president lost, she delivered the concession speech. and after the white house, she publicly shared her experience with alcohol and prescription drug addiction leading to the creation of the betty ford center. next monday, the life and career of first lady betty ford, live at 9:00 p.m. eastern on c-span and c-span 3 as well as c-span radio. offering the special edition of the book, "first ladies of the united states of america." it has a biography and portrait of each first lady and comments from noted historians on the role of first lad
and afghan and u.s. forces. building trust is paramount. unfortunately, in this situation, when you are fighting in a counterinsurgency, you can mitigate the risk, you cannot cancel it out. as long as you are operating on the ground, providing the person to person mentorship that is required, you will be putting your troops at risk. those out there doing it, know that, and they are willing to continue to work with the afghan troops, and there's really no other way to do it. you cannot mentor from behind a wall, or another base, or over the phone. you have to put yourself out there a little bit. it is one of the unfortunate realities, and it is not something that is taken lightly. host: rick in nashville, tennessee, on our line for independents. caller: i do not understand why we cannot take our troops out of afghanistan, and use our drones, technology, to help with the afghan army. we cannot trust them. we have our kids coming back. we have a health care issue that is hampering the problem. put the troops on the border, and you kill three birds with one stone and make america great
be responsible for the murder. >> my dad may not get to sit with thanksgiving with us again, but -- >> he'll be there. >> i'm thankful they were able to put the people way who did this. >> the family is grateful for detective who's never gave up looking for clues. >> san jose authorities voicing concerns following the city's third pedestrian death in the last two days. a 50-year-old woman hit and killed crossing monterey road just before 11:00 last night. the 24th killed in san jose this year. that is an eight-year high. >> it's high. and we're concerned. so, you know we're asking drivers to drive cautiously and pedestrians to use caution. >> the woman's death follow twoz others on sunday a 3-year-old named elijah hit by a truck in the crosswalk being pushed in a stroller. his 5-year-old sister and 13-year-old friend suffered minor injuries. hours later a 14-year-old girl was hit and killed in front of james hook high school. grief counsel yerls spent second day ofrn campus. >> the father of sasha flieshman now says the family wants teenager who lit sasha's skirt on fire triered as a tee
of their hydrocarbon resources from the persian gulf while the u.s. may need less and less. there is less of a distinction. in the extreme cases of getting involved in a land war somewhere or setting a bad example that leads people elsewhere to question your power, the assumptions of your questions are correct. >> i want to follow up on that. there is a perception that there is not another actor like the united states if the united states is not act, it is not clear who will act. if it looks like we are retrenching, if it looks like we establish red lines but do not act on them, that does send a message. the point you made about the increasing dependency upon energy from the gulf area and the understanding that we are the ones who have been made sure that the sea lines of communication have remained open , where does that leave us? there is a desire for us to be smart about how we use our power. there is a concern that if we begin to retrench and we appear that our dependence on our end up -- it is not a source of great reoccurrence -- reassurance to those in asia. one other point i want
preparing for for the future. to get us into this conversation, we have four terrific panelists. barry pavel is the vice president and director of the scope center. barry will update you on the work we have done and laying out a new concept for the alliance. he joined the atlantic council after a long career in the pentagon also having served as a special assistant to the president for defense policy and strategy at the white house. and played a heavy role in strategy issues at the pentagon. to his left is the newest atlantic council senior fellow. welcome. it's a delight to have you with us today. he also holds positions with vice president of the gruch. but he's on this panel discussion because he served not only as diplomatic adviser to president of italy, but as a representative to nato. he's also served diplomatic service in washington, moscow and the united nations. to his right, the policy director for the norwegian ministry of defense. he served as director general or security policy director for the norwegian defense since 1995 and in that capacity really became known a
in u.s. peacekeeping forces may not be a bad thing to think about. they cost a fraction of what it costs to deploy a force we pay 26 cents on the dollar for the forces not to mention the differential between the cost of fielding a un force and the cost of fielding an american force. it's an order of magnitude at least if not more. so my question would be hell much time do we or should we spend trying to factor in institutions like the united nations into our defense posture? i guess once way of saying it is how much do we think about outsourcing. >> last question. >> it seems to me that if we are discussing the future of american defense, we might give some thought to thinking about a future of the american relationship with china. and i'm wondering whether you see china as a potential ally with whom cooperation becomes a norm or whether you see it as a rival against whom the u.s. house to position itself in one way or another. >> i'm not going to try to comment on everything that was said in part because i simply agree with bill and what he noted and i know very little about se
in the oven. the butterball turkey talk line joins us with some tips for you that could save your holiday meal. and we check in with our troops stationed overseas as well on this thursday morning. but first we start off this hour for you, thanksgiving travellers may be a bit weary after their first leg of traveling to their holiday destinations, dealing with over 600 flights cancelled yesterday while millions of drivers battled heavy rain, winds and snow. yesterday's storms are now moving into canada. it should be a calm and dry day for those of you hitting the road or on the road already trying to get to some early shopping. the big question this morning will whipping winds ground those famous macy thanksgiving parade balloons? 16 giant balloons will be grounded if sustained winds top 23 miles per hour. or wind gusts hit 34 miles per hour. 15 million people as well will be watching this parade from home. bill karins joins us right now to tell us if those balloons will fly? >> great thanksgiving morning to you, richard. i've been tracking the winds in new york city. everyone wants those balloo
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